Strip Steve - Delta Disco
Rating: 4/5
Tracklist:
1. Breakin’
2. AM/FM
3. Dancin’
4. Children
5. Point Break
Released: 22 November 2009 (Boys Noize Records)

Yes i’m aware that this was released about 3 years ago, but a lot of people aren’t aware of who Strip Steve is, and that simply won’t do
The EP kicks off with my personal favourite, Breakin’.The entire EP sounds like a lovechild between Boys Noize and some 90’s house music, and that sounds is really prevalent in this track, right down to the cut up disco-esque melody and the looped vocals, to the Robot Rock style breakdown at the midway mark. This is a skillfully composed track that should take pride of place in any DJ’s setlist
Next up is AM/FM, a nice progressive house track, and not quite as chaotic as Breakin’. This song revolves around the bassline, which is augmented with various other layers as the track goes on, peaking in a relaxed funky disco track. Also that bassline near the end is to die for.
The EP’s third track, Dancin’, is a classic house banger. Based on a 2 second long vocal sample from a 1981 funk track, this track makes excellent of those drum beats that you only get with house music.But of course, just releasing a 90s house track might be a bit boring, so Steve brings in some of his funk synths to beef up the track a little bit, resulting in a brilliant track sure to get any club “jumping” (ugh I hate saying that), unless it’s populated by kids who listen to Swedish House Mafia
Disco is the main theme on Children, looping the phrase “feels good” at the beginning, just in case you weren’t sure on how to feel before now, and building up into another disco-house track. It’s a good thing that Steve does these styles well or I might have gotten writing the words “disco house” a few songs ago. But yeah, a funky track that feels like it could have been ripped straight from 1997.
The EP ends with Point Break, a departure from the fast paced house of the first 4 tracks, instead going for a relaxed (of sorts) track. Not my favourite track on the EP, a little too boring. Sorry Steve.
Aside from the somewhat weak ending, this EP is an excellent purchase and well worth the money (or torrenting, whatever you do)
Purchase Links:
Beatport / iTunes
Also check out:
Strip Steve - Delta Disco Remixes EP
Boston Bun - Housecall EP
Riton - Lost My Mind
Remixes:
Breakin’ (Rynecologist Remix)
Dancin’ (Ian Pooley Remix)

Strip Steve - Delta Disco

Rating: 4/5

Tracklist:

1. Breakin’

2. AM/FM

3. Dancin’

4. Children

5. Point Break

Released: 22 November 2009 (Boys Noize Records)

Yes i’m aware that this was released about 3 years ago, but a lot of people aren’t aware of who Strip Steve is, and that simply won’t do

The EP kicks off with my personal favourite, Breakin’.
The entire EP sounds like a lovechild between Boys Noize and some 90’s house music, and that sounds is really prevalent in this track, right down to the cut up disco-esque melody and the looped vocals, to the Robot Rock style breakdown at the midway mark. This is a skillfully composed track that should take pride of place in any DJ’s setlist

Next up is AM/FM, a nice progressive house track, and not quite as chaotic as Breakin’. This song revolves around the bassline, which is augmented with various other layers as the track goes on, peaking in a relaxed funky disco track. Also that bassline near the end is to die for.

The EP’s third track, Dancin’, is a classic house banger. Based on a 2 second long vocal sample from a 1981 funk track, this track makes excellent of those drum beats that you only get with house music.
But of course, just releasing a 90s house track might be a bit boring, so Steve brings in some of his funk synths to beef up the track a little bit, resulting in a brilliant track sure to get any club “jumping” (ugh I hate saying that), unless it’s populated by kids who listen to Swedish House Mafia

Disco is the main theme on Children, looping the phrase “feels good” at the beginning, just in case you weren’t sure on how to feel before now, and building up into another disco-house track. It’s a good thing that Steve does these styles well or I might have gotten writing the words “disco house” a few songs ago. But yeah, a funky track that feels like it could have been ripped straight from 1997.

The EP ends with Point Break, a departure from the fast paced house of the first 4 tracks, instead going for a relaxed (of sorts) track. Not my favourite track on the EP, a little too boring. Sorry Steve.

Aside from the somewhat weak ending, this EP is an excellent purchase and well worth the money (or torrenting, whatever you do)

Purchase Links:

Beatport / iTunes

Also check out:

Strip Steve - Delta Disco Remixes EP

Boston Bun - Housecall EP

Riton - Lost My Mind

Remixes:

Breakin’ (Rynecologist Remix)

Dancin’ (Ian Pooley Remix)

Strip Steve - Delta Disco
Rating: 4/5
Tracklist:
1. Breakin’
2. AM/FM
3. Dancin’
4. Children
5. Point Break
Released: 22 November 2009 (Boys Noize Records)

Yes i’m aware that this was released about 3 years ago, but a lot of people aren’t aware of who Strip Steve is, and that simply won’t do
The EP kicks off with my personal favourite, Breakin’.The entire EP sounds like a lovechild between Boys Noize and some 90’s house music, and that sounds is really prevalent in this track, right down to the cut up disco-esque melody and the looped vocals, to the Robot Rock style breakdown at the midway mark. This is a skillfully composed track that should take pride of place in any DJ’s setlist
Next up is AM/FM, a nice progressive house track, and not quite as chaotic as Breakin’. This song revolves around the bassline, which is augmented with various other layers as the track goes on, peaking in a relaxed funky disco track. Also that bassline near the end is to die for.
The EP’s third track, Dancin’, is a classic house banger. Based on a 2 second long vocal sample from a 1981 funk track, this track makes excellent of those drum beats that you only get with house music.But of course, just releasing a 90s house track might be a bit boring, so Steve brings in some of his funk synths to beef up the track a little bit, resulting in a brilliant track sure to get any club “jumping” (ugh I hate saying that), unless it’s populated by kids who listen to Swedish House Mafia
Disco is the main theme on Children, looping the phrase “feels good” at the beginning, just in case you weren’t sure on how to feel before now, and building up into another disco-house track. It’s a good thing that Steve does these styles well or I might have gotten writing the words “disco house” a few songs ago. But yeah, a funky track that feels like it could have been ripped straight from 1997.
The EP ends with Point Break, a departure from the fast paced house of the first 4 tracks, instead going for a relaxed (of sorts) track. Not my favourite track on the EP, a little too boring. Sorry Steve.
Aside from the somewhat weak ending, this EP is an excellent purchase and well worth the money (or torrenting, whatever you do)
Purchase Links:
Beatport / iTunes
Also check out:
Strip Steve - Delta Disco Remixes EP
Boston Bun - Housecall EP
Riton - Lost My Mind
Remixes:
Breakin’ (Rynecologist Remix)
Dancin’ (Ian Pooley Remix)

Strip Steve - Delta Disco

Rating: 4/5

Tracklist:

1. Breakin’

2. AM/FM

3. Dancin’

4. Children

5. Point Break

Released: 22 November 2009 (Boys Noize Records)

Yes i’m aware that this was released about 3 years ago, but a lot of people aren’t aware of who Strip Steve is, and that simply won’t do

The EP kicks off with my personal favourite, Breakin’.
The entire EP sounds like a lovechild between Boys Noize and some 90’s house music, and that sounds is really prevalent in this track, right down to the cut up disco-esque melody and the looped vocals, to the Robot Rock style breakdown at the midway mark. This is a skillfully composed track that should take pride of place in any DJ’s setlist

Next up is AM/FM, a nice progressive house track, and not quite as chaotic as Breakin’. This song revolves around the bassline, which is augmented with various other layers as the track goes on, peaking in a relaxed funky disco track. Also that bassline near the end is to die for.

The EP’s third track, Dancin’, is a classic house banger. Based on a 2 second long vocal sample from a 1981 funk track, this track makes excellent of those drum beats that you only get with house music.
But of course, just releasing a 90s house track might be a bit boring, so Steve brings in some of his funk synths to beef up the track a little bit, resulting in a brilliant track sure to get any club “jumping” (ugh I hate saying that), unless it’s populated by kids who listen to Swedish House Mafia

Disco is the main theme on Children, looping the phrase “feels good” at the beginning, just in case you weren’t sure on how to feel before now, and building up into another disco-house track. It’s a good thing that Steve does these styles well or I might have gotten writing the words “disco house” a few songs ago. But yeah, a funky track that feels like it could have been ripped straight from 1997.

The EP ends with Point Break, a departure from the fast paced house of the first 4 tracks, instead going for a relaxed (of sorts) track. Not my favourite track on the EP, a little too boring. Sorry Steve.

Aside from the somewhat weak ending, this EP is an excellent purchase and well worth the money (or torrenting, whatever you do)

Purchase Links:

Beatport / iTunes

Also check out:

Strip Steve - Delta Disco Remixes EP

Boston Bun - Housecall EP

Riton - Lost My Mind

Remixes:

Breakin’ (Rynecologist Remix)

Dancin’ (Ian Pooley Remix)

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